What happens to Emanate’s Jungle Camp houses after the students and families move out? Eventually, they get torn down – with many of the materials reused the following year. Cedar, as it […]
When you first arrive in a cross-cultural setting, you will be faced with the daunting task of learning culture and language. Surrounded by strange customs and peculiar sounds, you must somehow distill all of this […]
Why is this orange getting stuck with a needle? No, it’s not being vaccinated against “citrucitis”; it’s just helping Emanate students learn the proper way to give an injection!
We recently took a one-week intensive […]
Classes are well underway here at Emanate. Returning students and new students alike joined together for our annual Global Perspectives conference – a chance to learn about some of the specific needs, opportunities, and […]
For the last three weeks, Emanate students have been living in a lush maple grove in small houses made of cedar poles, plastic, twine, and duct tape.
Living “off the grid” is new for most […]
How quickly can we get these posts in the ground? Who knew building a clay oven could take so long?
Emanate students have begun work on our Jungle Camp homes. The days are long, with […]
A couple months ago, we told you about the growing anticipation for Jungle Camp. Now, the beginning of our building time is only a couple weeks away and preparations are in high gear.
Most Emanate […]
As believers in Jesus Christ, do we love God’s Word? Do we consider it to be our sufficient source of truth? Do we allow it to transform us from the inside out?
“Therefore, I urge […]
Why does the title of this blog look so wrong to us? It looks like something right out of the mouth of Yoda, from the original Star Wars movies. Although Yoda spoke using English […]